San Antonio, TX ARP Roofing & Remodeling Recognized as an Owens Corning Roofing Preferred Contractor

ARP raises the roof once more by joining the coveted network of Owens Corning preferred contractors.

San Antonio, United States - August 10, 2018 / / —

San Antonio, TX. Wednesday 8th August. Texas-based roofing and remodeling contractors ARP has proudly confirmed its place as the newest member of the highly regarded Owens Corning network. The industry-leading contractor network has invited ARP Roofing to become a Preferred Contractor, awarding it with Preferred-tier status, meaning the company joins the ranks as one of the best roofing companies in the industry.

A New Chapter In A Distinguished Services

The invitation to become a member of the Owers Corning network is only awarded only to the most reputable names in the roofing industry and, in ARP’s case, is the latest reward for years of due diligence, reliable services, expert craftsmanship, and excellent customer care. Quite simply, the award confirms the company’s position as one of the best roofing contractors in Texas.

While it certainly signals the start of an exciting new chapter for the brand, it is only the latest in a long line of acknowledgments received over the years. ARP Roofing and Remodeling is already an accredited BBB member boasting an A+ rating, as well as a member of both Atlas Roof Shingles and Home Advisor. Like all members of the network, ARP Roofing passed an installation workmanship inspection while also being screened for financial stability and customer service.

After satisfying the criteria, as well as others, their member status was confirmed following the acceptance of Owens Corning’s invitation. As a company that also carries a $1,000,000 General Liability Insurance policy and offers 100% financing to clients, the recognition as a Preferred Contractor of Owens Corning Roofing could be the key to an even brighter future for a firm that operates on the coast in Corpus Christi, Portland, Ingleside, & Rockport, Victoria, Port Lavaca, & Goliad cities and counties.

About Owens Corning

Owens Corning is a major name in the fields of roofing, insulation, and fiberglass composites. The Toledo, Ohio-based firm is ‘Global in Scope, Human in Scale while its place in the market has been confirmed by 63 consecutive years as a Fortune 500 company. With over 19,000 employees spread across over 25 countries, the company annual sales topping $6.4bn.

About ARP Roofing & Remodeling

ARP Roofing is a Texas-based general contracting company that specializes in residential roofing, roof repair, seamless gutter installation, storm damage repair, and remodeling services. The firm works exclusively with premium materials manufactured by the likes of Atlas, GAF, and – of course – Owens Corning.

Their mission statement is to provide homeowners with a roof over their heads that they can trust for years to come. Over the decades, they have helped thousands of homeowners throughout the Austin, San Antonio, Victoria, TX and TX Gulf Coast areas.

To learn more about ARP or to schedule a Free Roof Inspection visit: https://arproofing.com More information is available from ARP Roofing & Remodeling’s press contact Randal Williams. To reach the company by phone, call 210.714.0040 or email at press@arproofing.com. Alternatively, you can write to ARP Roofing & Remodeling 1100 Northwest Loop 410 #700 San Antonio, TX 78213.

Contact Info:
Name: Randal Williams
Organization: ARP Roofing & Remodeling
Address: 1100 Northwest Loop 410 #700 San Antonio, TX 78213
Phone: 2107140040

For more information, please visit https://arproofing.com

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